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authorMarianne Arnold <pixelma@rockbox.org>2007-05-20 09:49:44 +0000
committerMarianne Arnold <pixelma@rockbox.org>2007-05-20 09:49:44 +0000
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Fix the 'describe player for blind users' fixme - add description of the Archos Recorder, FmRecorder and Player. Very large parts taken from the BlindFAQ in the wiki.
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switch. Moving this switch to the right activates hold mode in which none of the
other buttons have any effect. Just to the left of the \ButtonHold{} switch is a
small hole which contains the internal microphone.}
- %
- \nopt{h1xx,h300,ipodnano,ipodvideo,ipodmini,ipod4g,ipod3g,ipodcolor,ondio,h10,h10_5gb,gigabeatf,x5,m5,e200}
- {
- \fixme{Write a section describing the \dap{} for blind users.}
+ %
+ \opt{player}{
+ Holding the Jukebox in front of you there should be two buttons to
+ the left of the unit and a single multi-way circular button to their right.
+ The buttons are as follows.%
+ On the left hand side, the higher of the two small buttons is the \ButtonOn,
+ the lower of the two buttons is the \ButtonMenu{} button. The large circular
+ button on the right - push towards the top serves as \ButtonPlay, push towards
+ the left is called \ButtonLeft, push towards the right \ButtonRight{} and push
+ towards the bottom is labelled \ButtonStop.
+ }
+ %
+ \opt{recorder}{
+ Holding the Jukebox in front of you, there should be three rectangular buttons
+ in a horizontal line towards the middle of the unit, and below this to the left
+ there is a circular four button array with the circular \ButtonPlay{} button
+ as a fifth button in the centre. These are the navigation controls. Below the
+ rectangular buttons and to the right of the circular buttons are two small round
+ buttons one above the other.
+
+ The \ButtonOn{} button is the topmost of the two buttons located below and to the
+ left of the navigation controls whereas the lower of these two is called \ButtonOff.
+ The small round button in the middle of the large circular button array is called
+ \ButtonPlay{} button. To the right of the \ButtonPlay{} button there is the
+ \ButtonRight{} button, left of it is the \ButtonLeft{}, above it \ButtonUp, and
+ below the \ButtonPlay{} button there is the \ButtonDown{} button placed. In the row
+ of three rectangular buttons the following buttons can be found (from left to right):
+ \ButtonFOne, \ButtonFTwo{} and \ButtonFThree.
+ }
+ \opt{recorderv2fm}{
+ Holding the Jukebox in front of you, there should be three rectangular buttons
+ in a horizontal line towards the middle of the unit, and below this centred on the
+ middle button there are four radial arc shaped buttons placed in a cross formation
+ with the circular play button as the centre of the cross. These are the navigation
+ controls. Below the cross and to the left are two other buttons.
+
+ The \ButtonOn{} button is the leftmost of the two buttons located below and to the
+ left of the navigation controls whereas the rightmost and little lower one of
+ these two is called \ButtonOff. The round button raised slightly higher than the
+ others in the centre of the navigation controls is the \ButtonPlay{} button. To
+ the right of the \ButtonPlay{} button there is the \ButtonRight{} button, left of
+ it is the \ButtonLeft{}, above it \ButtonUp, and below the \ButtonPlay{} button
+ there is the \ButtonDown{} button placed. In the row of three rectangular buttons
+ the following buttons can be found (from left to right): \ButtonFOne, \ButtonFTwo{}
+ and \ButtonFThree.
}
}